Tuesday, 5 April 2011

This blows my mind.



Anyone have any ideas how this works? D:

37 comments:

  1. And that's how you spy on showering women.

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  2. My guess is the groves that make the glass cloudy are only on the inside. When he puts the tape over the glass it becomes see through due to the tiny groves being filled in.

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  3. The glue on the tape fills in the "holes" of the frosted glass causing it to become more transparent. Bet they didn't think of that when making frosted glass.

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  4. it also blew my mind. thanks for the post.

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  5. OMG. Brb, raiding the women's dorms.

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  6. Whuuuu....?
    Tiny groves you say.

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  7. its like when scratches on painted surfaces disappear when wet so i agree with chrisbw5 and frameaj1

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  8. haha, this is great. I'll try it soon on some frosted glass :D

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  9. I bet it has to do with the tape filling the bumpy holes and reflecting those hoes right into your EYE, FOO!! As such things tend to work, you know?

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  10. wow I feel like a spy now that is awesome

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  11. cool trick, cant wait to try it out

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  12. Neat its very useful for looking at things.

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  13. wow that is amazing and really freaky at the same time

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  14. simple physics but still amazing!

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  16. I am disturbed :S

    btw, great blog, keep up the good work! +followed

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  17. Something to do with refraction and eh polarisation maybe?
    I ALMOST sound like I know what I'm talking about.

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  18. cool the screen was so tarred that with a tape it got a clear image. strange stuff

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  19. lol whaaaaat! thats really coool!!!!

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  20. i never get how people come up with these things in the first place..

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  21. this is a miracle, like magnets.

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  22. that's crazy... I think the light is redirected in the oppisite way, so it looks normal when both are on top of each other ... Think of it as + and - = 0

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